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All posts tagged "Marco Rubio"

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    TRUMP LATINO-LESS CABINET A CULTURAL SETBACK

    It was Ronald Reagan who initiated a move that signaled the beginning of Latinos as being a...

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    Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz Have No Love for Fidel

    When it comes to politics, this year proved to be historic in many ways. A businessman that had no experience holding public office became the president of the United States. Hillary Clinton became the first woman nominee of a major party and Bernie Sanders  was the first Jewish candidate to receive serious backing...

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    Senator Marco Rubio: The Not-So-Republican but Republican Candidate for President

    Last week, I wrote how it would be a nightmare if Senator Ted Cruz of Texas became our 45th President of the United States of America. In the post, I admit, I came off a bit anti-Republican party—which I am not, I am anti-irrationality which has taken reign for some Republicans—so to...

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    TED CRUZ AND MARCO RUBIO: AMERICA LOOKS READY FOR LATINO PRESIDENT

    The question is valid. The possibility is now as close to reality as its ever been in...

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    Who is the Billionaire Backing Marco Rubio?

    Cuban-American presidential candidate, Marco Rubio, is not quite as popular as Donald Trump and Ben Carson amongst...

  • Entertainment
    MARCO RUBIO MAKING MOVE FOR PRESIDENCY?

    The news of Republican junior U.S. Senator from Florida, Marco Rubio assembling a team to make a...

  • Entertainment
    Actress Eva Longoria makes statement about voting for a Latino Presidential Candidate

    On Piers Morgan Live last night, Latino actress Eva Longoria made it clear that while she is a humanitarian and supporter of fellow Latinos from the Latino community she will not base her vote solely on race if the next Presidential candidate is Latino. Sitting across from the British journalist, Piers Morgan...

  • News & Politics
    Clinton vs. Rubio: Who will Latinos vote for in 2016?

    While there are members of the Republican Party already drawing attention about being possible candidates for the 2016 Presidential elections–such members as: US senator Marco Rubio, Governor Jeb Bush, and Representative and 2012 Vice President candidate Paul Ryan–there is one name drawing attention and support amongst the Democratic Party. That name is...

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    Young Voices: How can Republicans win over Latino voters?

    In 2012 more than 11 million Latino voters were reported as casting their ballots in the 2012 election. For the 2016 presidential election the estimated Latino voters is expected to rise to 12.5 million. This estimated has been determined by Latino Decisions, a Latino political research firm founded by professors of political...